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The latest bundle of games is now available for the subscription service Humble Choice (formerly Humble Monthly) and it seems like quite a varied selection.

Here you pay for whatever tier you feel is the best value to get access to the Humble Trove (a ton of DRM-free games), a discount at the Humble Store and the ability to claim Steam keys (sometimes GOG keys) for multiple titles - the amount of which depends on what tier you buy into.  As usual we shall tell you how you can expect each to run on Linux.

Here's what's on the menu this time:

  • Möbius Front '83 - Linux native.
  • Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion - Linux native.
  • BPM: BULLETS PER MINUTE - playable with Proton but has some performance issues.
  • Due Process - unplayable on Linux due to Easy Anti-Cheat.
  • House Flipper - playable with Proton.
  • SimpleRockets 2 - playable with Proton.
  • Timelie - playable with Proton.
  • Project Wingman - playable with Proton.
  • Wingspan - playable with Proton.
  • WRATH: Aeon of Ruin - playable with Proton, also has a cross-platform open source game engine.

Check out the full bundle if interested.

Humble also has these still going:

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6 comments

Julius Nov 2, 2021
Argg... And I just bought Project Wingman on a regular sale.

Still this looks like a good selection after some months of less interesting ones (which I paused).
eldaking Nov 3, 2021
I read "Project Wingman" as Wingspan (an adaptation of a boardgame I like). But look at that, Wingspan is also included. xD
Ehvis Nov 3, 2021
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Quoting: JuliusArgg... And I just bought Project Wingman on a regular sale.

Still this looks like a good selection after some months of less interesting ones (which I paused).

Still not impressed. For me this was my sixth pause in a row. At this rate, it's going to take years to get through my available months.
Termy Nov 3, 2021
Quoting: Ehvis
Quoting: JuliusArgg... And I just bought Project Wingman on a regular sale.

Still this looks like a good selection after some months of less interesting ones (which I paused).

Still not impressed. For me this was my sixth pause in a row. At this rate, it's going to take years to get through my available months.

Yeah, i'm with you on that. I've only got one month left before the next billing and i'm really not sure if i'll keep my classic sub if this trend continues...
scaine Nov 3, 2021
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Some good stuff in this one. Project Wingman will scratch my VR itch, but the real steal here is BPM - the trailers give me goosebumps... how can you resist "Doom meets Necrodancer"?. And there's always Wrath for some old-school shooty magic.

Personally, I'm also really interested in TimeLie, and I've always wanted to try out House Flipper.

Not sure about the rest, but that's an easy $12 from my perspective. I don't think I've paused now since about March! At the end of the day, it's less than two pints of lager - it's difficult for me to justify not buying the bundle.
dorron Nov 3, 2021
My sub has been paused for almost a year now...quality has dropped significantly.
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